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the beginning, middle and end? the f.b.i. should be in the white house investigating the crime there. >> bob: please. >> eric: could president obama attained access through the f.b.i. sooner? why did it take -- >> dana: to the -- >> eric: to the detainee in tunisia. >> dana: interrogation and intelligence gathering is the most important thing, get to somebody as quickly as you can and get the information before they shut up. simple, basic, f.b.i. procedure. not just for f.b.i. intelligence and find out are there other attacks planned? who enmight be in the person's web. get the cell phone. chilling with tunisians for weeks apt got a story straight in his mind. good they start to talk to him now but it's fairly late. i don't know why the relationship wasn't that we couldn't talk to him before. >> bob: does anyone see this is a shred of evidence that it was terror attack before it happened? >> eric: before it happened. >> bob: yeah. >> eric: the e-mail that catherine herridge broke last night. catherine herridge or jennifer griffin broke last night that warned them, the tie to al-qaeda. immine
. it will not defend on the consulate. it is direct that it will the fbi is still conducting their investigation and the president isn't participating in the investigation. he is anticipating the results that can happen and lessons they learn to ensure it won't happen again. >> peter doocy reporting live for us. >> deadly overnight. the death toll stands at 90 and the number could in fact climb. more than 4 and a half million people are still without power. most of them are new york and new jersey. many have had to close because they have run out leaving a lot of drivers panicking and also waiting in long lines for miles and miles just to see if they can fill their tank. one of the hardest hit places is staten island. flood waters are still filling homes while strong winds are ripping homes off of their foundation. with a look devastation is anna kooiman. we know it is a tough area right there. how do things look to you this morning? >> it is wild. it looks like a war zone. we are 100 feet from the water here. we clearly got -- leaves got stuffed up in the storm surge. they are on cars an front
a magazine shows up in benghazi to find documents in the personal documents of ambassador stevens. the fbi had been there but left the evidence in the rubble. >> it is unthinkable. it is a draft cable we don't kn if it was ever sent but it does say we have asked the libyans again and again for more security with a patrol in the front in the back of roving patrol, bomb sniffing drugs, ambassadors coming and we have nothing we requested. that is found on the ground october 26? why are to the media up an arms asking again and again at every opportunity? get a straight story. nobody died with watergate or monica lipinski. the president owes the erican people and explanation and they should not hide behind a "robust investigation." lou: the fbi left the documents on the ground amid the rubble. >> despite the fact fable told us the mission on the ground there were 10 training camps and benghazi the administrations and acted as a bit was normal we need to change policy. >> and values that recognize truth and honor? >> they need to inform the public that we have to would mitt that -- would have to
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response approach being have allowed the f.b.i. to acess the site sooner than the 24 days it would eventually take. but the most senior people of government worked on it. secretary of defense chairman of the joint cheats and secretary of state and senator john mccain looks at this and said clearly the administration acted this way to hide something. >> this is a classic scandal where almost every day and another shoe drops. i think it could be bad as water gate and one of our veterans said no one died in water gate. they have a point. >> yesterday white house press secretary jay carny said the president is anticipating the results of the f.b.i.'s investigation. back to you. >> gretchen: just to carry this story further. we saw the spokesperson for the state department said that the highest level of people were involved in this. i am not so sure that is a good admission to make. if the highest people were involved including the secretary of state and secretary of defense and possibly the vice-president and president, and all of this happened on their watch. i am not sure it is good
protein. [ cat 5 ] yum! [ cat 1 ] i'm an iams cat. feed me what i'm born to eat. meow. >>>,,,, >>> the fbi is searching this morning for two missing intelligence officials from afghanistan. they disappeared one week ago after visiting washington and meeting with federal officials. >> both men were taking a course at the martial center program for advanced studies. former assistant director of national intelligence, he has taught classes at the marshal center. good morning. >> we're talking about two individuals here. one is major farouk azada, national director of security in afghanistan. he is in charge of their counterterrorism and organized crime section. the other is the deputy chief of the american and european department of afghanistan's intelligence agency. it has 30 different departments. these are two significant figures, section chief and deputy chief. >> how did they go unaccounted for? >> they were there for the marshal center program, which is a terrific program. i've been to the program. i've lectured at the program. it works in germany. then they do a washington trip where t
could have helped the fbi gain access to the site in benghazi faster than the 24 days it needed. they say the team would not have done any good. a spokesman gave this explanation. quote the most senior people in government worked on this issue from the moment it happened, that includes the secretary of defense. chairman of the joint chief, secretary of state, national security adviser, et cetera. fox news has learned that u.s. military intelligence was reporting as early as 7:00pm eastern, less than four hours after the attack began that ansar al-sharia carried out the i attack on the consulate. state department cables show that stevens team warned washington that at 6:43 in the morning they had concerns on september 11th that members of the libyan police sent to guard them were photographing the compound, quote, this person was photographing the inside of the u.s. special mission and furthermore this person was part of the police unit sent to protect the mission from the ministry of foreign affairs. u.s. intelligence officials tell fox that three hours before the attack on the
1 ] i'm an iams cat. feed me what i'm born to eat. meow. >>> the fbi is sevsearching for missing intelligence officials from afghanistan. they disappeared a week ago after visiting washington and meeting with federal officials. >> both men were taking a course at marshall center program for advanced security studies. senior correspondent john miller, assistant director of national director. he has taught classes at marshall center. . good morning. >> good morning. >> tell me who they were about. >> one is major farouk, official the national director of security in afghanistan. he's in charge of their counterterrorism and organized crime section and the other is deputy chief of the american and european department of the nds. now, the nds is afghanistan's intelligence agency. it's got about 15,000 people in 30 different departments. these are two significant figures, a section chief and deputy chief. >> how did they go unaccounted for? >> they were there for the marshall center program. which is a terrific program. i've worked at the program, lectured in the program. then they do
to the compound to do reporting and they found in the compound stuff that our own f.b.i. didn't find. so at this point, i think that it was jake tapper of abc news wrote there is a drip, drip, drip about this. the administration set themselves up for this by blaming video in the first place. i actually am going to complain. i don't think romney brought this up enough. if he had, other reporters would have paid attention earlier. >> bob: it was smart. they found copy of "new yorker" magazine. >> dana: no, they found a letter from him. >> bob: they did? >> kimberly: you should be concerned. >> dana: dated september 11. >> bob: on the other hand i would like to see how many other consulates around the country and embassy asked for backup help. six weeks prior to the event, which nobody expected that ambassador would be in benghazi. >> dana: the letters are on september 11. >> bob: i am talking about the report with the e-mail to the state department. six weeks before, right? she said six weeks before. >> kimberly: yes. >> bob: no notion that ambassador would be there. >> kimberly: something
the u.s. cass -- "uss cole" bombings and could have helped the f.b.i. gain access in benghazi faster than the 24 days it needed. it was said that the most senior people in government worked on this issue from the minute it happened, including the secretary of dense, chairman of the joint chiefs, secretary of state, national security advisor, et cetera. now nearly eight weeks after the attack the c.i.a. released the most detailed timeline to date of what the agents did on the night of attack. in a briefing to reporters, at langley, c.i.a. officials attempted to rebut the account provided to fox news by a source would was involved in the rescue efforts. the c.i.a. said it took 24 minutes from the start of the attack for former seal woods and other agents to leave the annex to provide help at consulate less than a mile away. a second team left 40 minutes after the attack began. our source says all team could have left earlier but they were told to wait for libyan assistance, when they radioed for help at midnight they were told there was nothing. two were killed eight hours after the in
been no formal response. and within the last few minutes, greta van susteren has reported that the fbi is now on the ground in tunisia to question the only known suspect in custody and significantly this comes after the intervention of republican senator lindsey graham who wrote tot tunisian government requesting questioning why there was a lack of access to the suspect. jenna: senator graham spoke to jon yesterday and mentioned his frustration with that. interesting to watch that side of the story. >> reporter: one point on that. this really begs the question if a senator could intervene with the tunisian government six weeks after the attack and at least a week after the suspect was in custody, why was it that apparently the white house or the justice department didn't take the same course of action? jenna: sounds like a good question. jon will be discussing this a little bit now. great reporting as always, catherine. thank you. >> reporter: you're welcome. jon: these brand new revelations could bring more political fallout just four-days before the election. let's bring in jonah gol
they are helpful in the days afterward helping the fbi get access to the consulate where there still documents lying on the ground et cetera. it took them 24 days to get there. martha: someone supposed to be helping them was photographing the consulate is also very unnerving because it appeared in the early reports that we got on all of this that they seemed to know quite a bit about where everybody was, including, you know the consulate and other annex, and raises a lot of question whether or not there was inside job element to all of this. right, jennifer? >> that's right. the other interesting thing come out from the cia timeline that was provided yesterday to reporters, fox was not invited to that briefing, but, the cia timeline suggests that the quick reaction force that came from tripoli, which was made up of a cia element got delayed at the airport for three hours and 15 minutes while they were waiting for a libyan he is court and for vehicles and weapons. that was a crucial number of hours that that team could have helped the team at. cia an next. martha: glen doherty was part of that
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the work of the imdwration service. >> you were turning finger prints over to the f.b.i. >> we worked with ice and turned over people when they were arrested. that is the responsibility of the federal government. we can't put that on the towns anywhere in this country. >> you can have the last word on this topic. >> there are three or four different issues. the original question was about rhode island and the drain on the resources. i've looked at that and the drain on the resources is pretty minimal because the number of undock meanted here who utilize the resources this gentleman is talking about is small, only in the dozens. so i'm not going to worry about the drain in rhode island because the numbers don't bear that out. >> what do they contribute to the economy? >> a lot of them have jobs. just because their undock meanted doesn't mean they don't work. i have a good friend who i won't name who is self-plode. he employees several americans and makes well over 100,000 a year but i have no problem with that sort of thing. i have no problem with the idea just because you're undock me
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